One Word – Wednesday Writing Essentials

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Wednesday’s Prompt:

Create a response using the “One Word” prompt. Use the word as your title and describe how that word applies to your life or personality—or maybe write about how you want your life to be or how it once was. Write poetry, prose, a memoir, nonfiction, or an essay.

2. Post to Gather Writing Essential.

3. Tag your submission with WWE.

4. Include (Wednesday Writing Essential) as part of your title.

5. Make your submission(s) by next Tuesday afternoon.

6. There is a limit of three submissions from each member per day. If you’re extremely prolific, spread out your work and post only three submissions per day.

 

Yes, I’m Crazy

Can
Runes
A to
Z spin
Yarns?

About the Author ()

Hosking is a wife, mother and writer. She sold her first story in 2003. "Carousel" was published in Forget Me Knots... from the Front Porch (Obadiah Press). It was reprinted in IDEALS Mother's Day (Guidepost 2008).Hosking worked as a staff writer

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